Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of DeveloperInformation


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Oct 27, 2011, 10:45:06 AM (11 years ago)
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Jari Häkkinen
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    2727Please send an email to the [mailto:basedb-devel@lists.sourceforge.net] mailing list! If you are not subscribed to the list, you should first [http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/basedb-devel register your email address]. Tell us what you want to do, download the source using subversion and hack away.
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    29 From the [http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ Subversion book]: ''If you think that your work is usable for the rest of the community, you should donate your changes to the project After making your modifications to the source code, compose a clear and concise log message to describe those changes and the reasons for them. Then, send an email to the developers list containing your log message and the output of svn diff (from the top of your Subversion working copy). If the community members consider your changes acceptable, someone who has commit privileges (permission to make new revisions in the Subversion source repository) will add your changes to the public source code tree. Recall that permission to directly commit changes to the repository is granted on merit - if you demonstrate comprehension of Subversion, programming competency, and a "team spirit", you will likely be awarded that permission.''
     29From the [http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ Subversion book]: ''If you think that your work is usable for the rest of the community, you should donate your changes to the project. After making your modifications to the source code, compose a clear and concise log message to describe those changes and the reasons for them. Then, send an email to the developers list containing your log message and the output of svn diff (from the top of your Subversion working copy). If the community members consider your changes acceptable, someone who has commit privileges (permission to make new revisions in the Subversion source repository) will add your changes to the public source code tree. Recall that permission to directly commit changes to the repository is granted on merit - if you demonstrate comprehension of Subversion, programming competency, and a "team spirit", you will likely be awarded that permission.''
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    3131== Release procedure ==